yes it will on Chevy the bell housings are all the same as long as it is a rear wheel drive you may want to get the motor mounts from the car that had the 350 for your new car.
*** its a huge pain. You have to drop the motor from the bottom of the car.***
5.7 liter or 350 cubic inches.
forged pistons or no in a lti 1995 camaro
Considering the 1996 Camaro Z28 already has a 350, the answer is yes
Chevy didn't offer a 350 in an 86 Camaro, but if they did, it would theoretically work in an 87 Caprice.
It was the 305 or the 350.
88 Iroc came with either 305 or 350. You already answered the question with camaro 350
The size of a 69 Camaro SS engine varies. They range anywhere from a 350 to a 396, and the special package promotion issued them out with the 350 size.
In 1985 the camaro did in fact offer a 350 in a Z28 model the 350 was around for years before 1985 it was just more popular in heavy duty trucks that's all.
The 1987 Camaro Z 28 350 cubic inch engine stock horsepower is 280. The 1987 Camaro Z 28 350 cubic inch engine was the largest engine offered for that model year.
If it is a stock original engine and ignition system the gap would be .035".
Yes, With no problems.
You will more then likely have to pull the engine OUT to do that.
i just rebuilt a 350 cost with head work $600.00 and it was done right greg
The 350 wasn't available in the Camaro in 1984, and even if it was, the practical answer to your question would be NO.
350 cid V8
305 TBI IROC HAS 350 TPIno such thing as a 91 iroc camaro. rs had 305, z28 had 350 im not sure if the z was available with the 305.
Don't put a buick engine in a camaro. Instead, get a 350 LT1 (GM - corvette engine) for about 200 bucks used or 800 new. Sell the lesabre for this engine if you need to.
firing order chevy camaro z28 78 5.7
lt1. 350 cubic inches or 5.7 liters
http://www.edmunds.com/used/1995/chevrolet/camaro/13066/specs.htmlHorsepower: 275 hp